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Mar
13
comment Asynchronous page loading and SEO
I understand about the reason to use an other domain for static content, but I'm using a subdomain and the DevTools said me that it's still sending cookies, is it normal? This is of course a possible to call the pages before users to create the cache, but I have around 2 million pages, so it would take too much time.
Mar
12
comment Asynchronous page loading and SEO
I know about the DevTools, but the main time consuming part is the server computation. As you said, I think I'll have to improve the usage of cache. I'm already using a subdomain for static content, but it does not seems to be helpfull for cookie, is it normal ?
Mar
12
comment Asynchronous page loading and SEO
This is generally between 500 and 6000 ms. But sometimes the page content is very important and I don't use cache so much.
Mar
12
accepted Asynchronous page loading and SEO
Mar
12
comment Asynchronous page loading and SEO
Ok, thank you for the explanations. Your first proposal is interesting, but only for websites that use much media. What takes much time for me is the server computations. The second proposal seems for me the best solution in addition with a better cache system.
Mar
12
comment Asynchronous page loading and SEO
I'm already using the Google CDN, but the slower part is the server computings. I'm wondering why this is very borderline to blackhat method, because this is not with bad intentions.
Mar
12
awarded  Scholar
Mar
12
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Mar
12
accepted Traffic fall after a server problem
Mar
12
asked Asynchronous page loading and SEO
Sep
23
awarded  Student
Sep
14
comment Traffic fall after a server problem
Yes, the drop is exclusively for Google. I still have traffic from referring sites. I say "in Google Analytics" because this is my analytic tool, but it concord with my own tool to log the requests.
Sep
14
asked Traffic fall after a server problem